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Grid reference SE 5880 4978 (point)
Map sheet SE54NE
Civil Parish York, City of York, North Yorkshire


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Lodge and carriage entrance. 1927 by Walter Brierley for N Terry. Narrow red brick, mostly in stretcher bond, with some patterned headers. Oak-mullioned windows with leaded lights. Plain tile roof. Almost symmetrical, but with differences of fenestration. EXTERIOR: one storey with attics. In the centre there is a carriage entrance with oak posts and lintel. To each side there are 3-sided brick staircase turrets with staggered one-light windows, one to each floor. To the left there are 2 windows of 3 lights with hood moulds, and two 3-light hipped attic dormers. Above the carriage entrance there is a similar dormer of 2 lights, and towards the right one of 3 lights. To the right the ground floor has 3 windows of one light with hood moulds. Ridge chimneys to right of carriageway, and towards left between dormers. The end walls are half-hipped with coped gablets. INTERIOR: not inspected. (Country Life: Aslet C: Scholarly Sensibility: The Country Houses of W H Brierley - I: 1982-: 878; Nuttgens P: Brierley in Yorkshire: York: 1984-: 28).
Listing NGR: SE5880949784

Derived from English Heritage LB download dated: 22/08/2005

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Oct 3 2014 1:31PM


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